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Now the HTC Flyer has had a price crash in the UK does this mean HTC will abandon the development on the machine?

I just sold my iPad 2 and bought the 16GB flyer today for £199 :) I am hoping they eventually release 4.0 ICS but 3.2 is not offically out yet so I wondered what people think.

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Motorola xoom WiFi is going to be £199 in cpw monday.

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Now the HTC Flyer has had a price crash in the UK does this mean HTC will abandon the development on the machine?

I just sold my iPad 2 and bought the 16GB flyer today for £199 :) I am hoping they eventually release 4.0 ICS but 3.2 is not offically out yet so I wondered what people think.

i'm one who believes that for those appreciating it's form factor and well interfaced scribe functionality when on honeycomb the flyer is a great machine that will remain relevant for some time. the development on xda is driven by a core of hardcore users and at least one dev (globatron) is truly committed to his user-group followers by pushing the development envelope. the lack of dual core is not an issue for most use-type scenarios. my flyer running a lightly modded stock htc honeycomb rom is faster booting and multitasking basic content type apps than my oc'd xoom and pretty comparable to my galaxy nexus running Ir8.

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Edited by lpasq, 25 December 2011 - 08:17 PM.

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